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  • The Power of Partnership...

  • Kelly Betts... Camosun College, coordinator South Island Partnership

    John Turner... Manager, Government Relations - Spectra Energy

    Doug Boyd... Secretary Treasurer - Peace River North (SD #60)

    Larry Espe... Superintendent of Trades and Transitions - Min. of Ed.

  • *Overcoming Challenges; Seizing Opportunities

  • **1,000,000...

    job openings by 2020

  • *The Grade 6 Class of 2006/07

    50,500 started Grade 639,000 Graduate

    14,400 Trades and Tech

    600 SSA

  • *

    The Ministrys Mandate:

    increase the number of students enrolled in trades and technical areas

    improve graduation completion rates (reduce the 20% non-completion rate)

    reduce the time required to complete trades and training certification (shared)

    8% to less than 1%.... apprenticeship age from 27 to 22*

  • *ACE IT Accelerated Credit Enrolment in Industry Training (dual-credit)

    SSASecondary School Apprenticeship WExWork Experience

    overly restrictive create opportunities based on context, community needs...other strategies Power Engineering...*

  • **1,000,000 job openings by 2020...

    2500 youth currently in ACE-IT and SSA programs each year.

    Apprentice Age: from 27 to 22...

  • *Superintendent of Trades & Transitions

    ITA ForumsInventory partnerships, staffing, barriers, frustrations... Successes. unique programs, ideaswhat kind of conversations are you having? PBL efforts? etc.SPECTRUM....

    *

  • *Increase by 50% the number of grads proceeding directly from high school to a trades or technical program

    Develop initiatives intended to increase student interest and enrolment in trades or technical programs

    Showcase emergent practice

    Extend eligibility to enrol in SSA and ACE-IT programs by changing funding policy

    Work with the ITA (Industrial Training Authority) to identify barriers to progress

    Work with the ITA to identify labour market needs and opportunities, and enable school district participation in regional sessions

  • *

    Trades, Transitions and Transformation

    de-stigmatize hands-on learningstand-up, talk, get dirty...*

  • ... Big T truths in Education?

  • The Biggest T of all...

    prep timefunding*

  • Hmmm???

    K-12 - efficient, not effective?PSIs - not enough seats...Industry - not hiring apprentices Aboriginal groupsMunicipalities*

  • Root Causes of Success

  • Relationship, hands-on, dialogue, relevant

    ----- Meeting Notes (2013-09-04 17:53) -----high tech high!!!*

  • When will what we know change what we do?

  • *

  • Youre too smart to go into a trade!

  • *

    Is this something our kids need us to work toward or not?If it is... what would it take to get it?What is already happening that fits the Helix model?

    *

  • *

    Is this something our kids need us to work toward or not?If it is... what would it take to get it?What is already happening that fits the Helix model?

    *

  • *

    Powell River Terrace Trades - partnership and PBLMetchosin Tech Center Northern Opportunitiesokanagan shuswap 8%*

  • Co-construction betweenstakeholders

    raise a child!Why would industry support UT dual credit... we grow community.Coastal Pathways - Ridley TerminalNorthwest Regional Workforce Table..*

  • South Island PartnershipsCowichanVictoriaSookeGulf IslandsSaanich

  • South Island Partnership (SIP)

  • A Unique Partnership EducationCamosun CollegeSchool DistrictsSD 61 VictoriaSD 62 SookeSD 63 SaanichSD 64 Gulf IslandsSD 79 Cowichan Valley

    Community Collaboration DND (Esquimalt)VI Construction AssociationVIATeCFirst NationsSkillsBCICTC Sector Council

  • The South Island PartnershipGoal: To support secondary student smooth transition to college and/or employment opportunities

    Objectives: Align secondary and post secondary curriculum and programs to provide dual credit and prepare students for transition

    Work with the Community to promote high demand careers and ensure programs align with community needs

    Students Served: Grades 10 - 12 students

  • Benefits of Regional Collaboration Strengthens Systems and PeopleSecondary students begin transition to college and/or the workplace in a supportive environment

    Maximizes resources to meet regional workforce needs

    Rejuvenation of both secondary and college programs

    Supports education goals to increase student graduation and transition rates and our communities need for skilled entry level workers

  • LYNC - Leading Youth To New CareersProgramsTradesTechnologyHealthHuman ServicesBusiness

    CoursesArts ScienceSport & ExerciseBusinessTechnology

  • Automotive Service DuncanCowichan Secondary SchoolStart training in high schoolComplete level 1 at CollegeCowichan Secondary auto programHigh school student at Camosun

  • Carpentry Program SaanichStellys Secondary School

    Start training in high schoolComplete level 1 at CollegeStellys Secondary Carpentry ProgramHigh School Student at Camosun

  • Cook Training Salt Spring IslandGulf Island Secondary School

    Start training in high schoolComplete level 1 at CollegeGulf Island Secondary Cook Training programHigh school student at Camosun

  • Welding Level C Program VictoriaVictoria High SchoolStart Training in High SchoolComplete Level C at CamosunVictoria High Welding ProgramHigh School Student at Camosun

  • Biology 150 Human AnatomyLangford Belmont SecondaryStart Training in High SchoolComplete the course at CamosunBelmont Secondary Students take Biology 150

  • Health Care Assistant Program

    High School Students at Camosun College in Victoria taking the HCA program

  • Northern Opportunities

  • The Vision

    To develop strong, vibrant northeastern BC communities where young people have seamless pathways to career success.

    By increasing awareness of and participation in post secondary education/training in the region beginning in high school.

    Through a collaborative effort between education & industry.

    Ensuring opportunities for early economic & career success of students.

    Is a proactive approach to meet industry needs for skilled workers*

  • The Mission

    To strengthen individuals and communities in Northeast BC by enhancing opportunities for students to succeed in high school, pursue post-secondary education and build rewarding careers.

    We believe the natural outcome will be stronger individuals and communities who are skilled and committed to careers that fuel their passions in Northeastern BC.

  • Our GoalsPromote stay in schoolEnable youth to remain in their communitiesSupport a community driven program

    Dual Credit programs are producing an increase in graduation rates for those participating. Meeting individual student needs, skills and interests locally. Community involvement through work experience and apprenticeship placements also creating awareness of employers to the skills of our youth. Potential employment opportunities created before graduation.

  • meeting:

    format, agenda, frequency*

  • Gaining the Social LicenseLegitimacyCredibilityTrust

  • OR?ORChallenge...Obligation

  • Pathways

    power engineer to medical school...*

  • PartnersK-12 EducationAboriginal GroupsIndustryPost Secondary InstitutionsCommunities

  • 93%

    A+Completed Program - 92%Working in Construction - 72%Houses Completed - 11Red Seal - 15

    good for many reasons:-green - community -housing shortage -learning, relevance-graduate - stay in town - have good jobs - credibility for public ed*

  • Project Heavy Dutywish wed had that when I was in schoolkids today are actually ok!- you guys are finally doing something right

    *

  • Your story!Your kids story!*

  • Thanks to our partners...

  • Why are we here?We want you to know what we are doing

    We want you to support what we are doing

    We want you to get involved

    How? every community is different and has different needs find out more by contacting your local school districts and post secondary institutions

  • The Power of Partnership...on behalf of our kids!

    8% to less than 1%.... apprenticeship age from 27 to 22*overly restrictive create opportunities based on context, community needs...other strategies Power Engineering...*ITA ForumsInventory partnerships, staffing, barriers, frustrations... Successes. unique programs, ideaswhat kind of conversations are you having? PBL efforts? etc.SPECTRUM....

    *de-stigmatize hands-on learningstand-up, talk, get dirty...*prep timefunding*K-12 - efficient, not effective?PSIs - not enough seats...Industry - not hiring apprentices Aboriginal groupsMunicipalities*

    ----- Meeting Notes (2013-09-04 17:53) -----high tech high!!!*Is this something our kids need us to work toward or not?If it is... what would it take to get it?What is already happening that fits the Helix model?

    *Is this something our kids need us to work toward or not?If it is... what would it take to get it?What is already happening that fits the Helix model?

    *Powell River Terrace Trades - partnership and PBLMetchosin Tech Center Northern Opportunitiesokanagan shuswap 8%*raise a child!Why would industry support UT dual credit... we grow community.Coastal Pathways - Ridley TerminalNorth